With such a low price is the quality really there? Hannah Screen tests out the Blue Tees Series 3 Max laser to find out...
Blue Tees Golf is a relatively new company founded back in 2019 with the idea that players should be able to have good quality equipment without that hefty price tag. I tested the new Blue Tees Series 3 Max laser rangefinder over 18 holes to see if the quality is truly there.
Blue Tees Series 3 Max laser rangefinder review: NCG Summary
The Blue Tees Series 3 Max laser delivers everything you would want in a distance-measuring device.
Quick and accurate measurements as well as a slope setting option with a sturdy waterproof case that clips to your bag.
For a laser on the lower end of the price range the quality is there, this could be the new laser for you.
- Consistent accurate distances
- Exceptionally easy to pick up distances
- Slope distances auto calculated
- Body of laser not as sturdy as some
Blue Tees Series 3 Max laser rangefinder review: First Impressions
Finally an interesting looking laser with a different design and colourway options! I love the classic retro design Blue Tees have used in their previous models and continued into this model. The model I tested had the navy and white colourway.
The other colourway options include a classic black or a more fun light pink. The case the Blue Tees Series 3 Max laser comes in is very sturdy with a strong zip with waterproofing as well as a built in magnetic strip strap for extra security and a clip to attach to your bag.
Blue Tees Series 3 Max laser rangefinder review: NGC Verdict
As a less well known laser/rangefinder brand I was intrigued to test the Blue Tees Series 3 Max to see if it could compete with some of those higher end lasers out on the market.
This laser was easy to use and picked up the target very easily with flag lock and then a vibration when the target was picked up. Unlike some other lasers I have used, the Series 3 Max had a ring around the display cross to help pick up the target with a little more ease and accuracy.
I got a number very quickly thanks to the 7x magnification and I wasn’t struggling to match the flag with the laser point. Turning the slope setting on was very easy with one simple slope switch on the side of the device.
The distances received were accurate consistently. Sometimes lasers with slope settings can be a little less accurate but what I liked about the Blue Tees Series 3 Max was that it gave you the slope percentage and the new distance already calculated for you.
The only criticism I would give is that the materials and plastic that make up the body of the laser did feel a little flimsy so it may not be as sturdy when travelling or being bashed around in your bag. However, for such a low price compared to other lasers I think this is a great option and was impressed by how easy, quick and accurate this laser was to use.
Blue Tees Series 3 Max laser rangefinder review: The Details
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